Other WA travel and tourist information

Map of Western Australia and its regions

The following links are provided to assist people travelling in Western Australia to discover what the State has to offer and to assist with planning their travels.

Visitor information

Tourism Western Australia is the official travel and tourism website for Western Australia.

Visitor centres are located throughout Western Australia. They provide advice and resources about local areas, service and things to do.

The accredited centres are grouped in the following regions:


Metropolitan public transport

Transperth operates Perth metropolitan public transport buses, trains and ferries.

Visit the Transperth website to download timetables, use the journey planner and find passenger information for people with disability.

Contact Transperth:
Infoline: 13 62 13
TTY: 9428 1999
Website: www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Regional public transport

Transwa operates regional rail and coach services in Western Australia.

Transwa trains travel to Northam and Toodyay (Avonlink), Kalgoorlie (Prospector) and Bunbury (Austalind). Transwa coach services operate from Kalbarri, Meekatharra, Esperance and Augusta.

Visit the Transwa website to find out more about the services offered, concessions, bookings and to use the journey planner.

To contact Transwa
Bookings: 1300 6622 05
Website: www.transwa.wa.gov.au

Beach access

People who use wheelchairs or mobility aids will be able to enjoy Western Australia’s iconic beach lifestyle at even more locations this summer.

A total of 31 beaches - 13 in the metropolitan area, including Rottnest and 18 regional beaches from Broome to Esperance - provide beach wheelchairs and/or beach matting over summer.

The Disability Services Commission has compiled a list of beaches which provides information about availability. It is best to call in advance where possible.

National Public Toilet map

The Australian Government has developed the National Public Toilet Map showing public toilets in Australian cities, towns, rural areas and on major travel routes.

For accessible toilet information in WA go to the link on the home page.

The Companion Card

Many transport operators, businesses and venues in WA are registered with the Companion Card program. A person with disability who presents a Companion Card when attending an event or venue with a companion is only required to pay for their own ticket or entry fee. The companion's ticket is issued at no charge.

For a full list of participating businesses and how to apply for a Companion Card visit the Companion Card website.

Contact Companion Card WA:
Phone: 1800 617 337
Website: www.wa.companioncard.asn.au